Not a bad show with George talking to some guy called Mr. Lobo about the one subject that George seems to really care about: movies. Old horror and sci fi, campy or classic, they were all over the place having a good old time. I may be wrong, but when Lobo mentioned Plan 9 from outer Space it sure did seem like George had never heard of it. Is that possible?
During open lines some old guy told a story about his dog. At first George did what he always does, trying to finish every other sentience (rude, annoying, and he always gets it wrong) but eventually George shut up and listened, and when the old guy got around to the end, and how his dog told him in his sleep that he had passed on, he was really emotional, and crying, and George says, "thanks for sharing!" and moves on.
Also during open lines a kid calls and tells George that he had tried to commit suicide because his dad had died and he "wanted to be with him". He said he was O.K. now, but he wanted to get a hold of one of Frank's Boxes so he could talk to his dad. At that point my radio hit some static, and I didn't hear George's response, but I sure hope he talked some sense into that kid because there was no way he was "O.K." and still be thinking about communicating with his dad using that piece of crap box that Frank made.
Hogland was on in the last half hour, and he seemed to be pissed off about being on in the last half hour.